Palak is probably India’s favourite green vegetable. Spinach is rich in essential amino acids, iron, vitamin A and folic acid. It is considered to be one of the cheapest vegetables that can supply a fair amount of protein. Spinach helps to alleviate conditions of constipation, anaemia, acidity. Besides making a sabzis you can use it in a number of other Indian and also International recipes with it. One of the best things to get the most of spinach is to use the young tender leaves raw in a salad! Check out the delicious healthy recipes on sanjeevkapoor.com that use this wonder ingredient!
Take a look at these top 5 delicious spinach recipes Quinoa, Pomegranate and Spinach Salad - High protein quinoa, sweet pomegranate peals and fresh tender spinach leaves studded withcrunchy apple, onion and cucumber dices – this big salad is a small meal in itself. The apple cider dressing adds to the flavour profile of this fresh and ultra-nutritious salad.
Palak Murgh Kabab - Chicken pieces and blanched spinach marinated with cheese and spices – skewered along with lemon and red pepper slices then pan grilled to perfection. The aroma and colours of this kabab create the perfect vibe to match a big iftari family gathering.
Shaam Savera – This one is One of Chef Sanjeev Kapoors earliest signature dishes and an all-time favourite at his restaurant - The Yellow Chilli. Cottage cheese stuffed palak koftas in a creamy tomato gravy. Have this with garma garam garlic naan or palak phulkas for a restaurant experience at home.
Spinach and Mozarella Lasagne - The combination of spinach and cheese will never fail to impress you. Take a look at this recipe – fresh homemade lasagna sheets between which lies the creamiest spinach filling and lots of cheese baked to perfection.
Spinach and Corn Rice – Simple, colourful and full of nutrition – this spinach and corn rice doesn’t compromise on taste. Serve it with your favourite curry, dal or just some yogurt and you will thank us later for all the praises you get!
HANAN ( A Girl Who sold fish to fund her studies ) Hanan a 19-year-Old Kerala girl coming from a family consisting of an Alcohol father and an ailing mother. With no means of Livelihood to run the family, Hanan had to stand on her own legs and do all odd jobs to support her education and family.